The missing 17-year-old has been found in New York City, New Canaan police said. On Wednesday afternoon, police announced:
Be advised that the missing 17 year old girl, Melissa Cheyenne Davis has been located in New York City and is safe. Melissa was found by the NYPD after being requested by the New Canaan Police to check a location in NYC. The New Canaan Police received information about her possible whereabouts from a family member. Melissa has been reunited with her parents.
Information supplied to police regarding a New Canaan woman who’s been missing for two weeks has helped investigators progress in the case, officials said Thursday. — This article originally was published by NewCanaanite.com. New Canaan Police have received more than 255 tips regarding the disappearance of Jennifer Dulos, according to Lt. Jason Ferraro, the department’s public information officer. “The request made earlier this week to residents of New Canaan to provide video surveillance from homes or businesses has resulted in nearly 70 responses,” he said in a press release. “Investigators continue to work diligently to vet the tips and video surveillance for viable leads or evidence to assist in locating Jennifer Dulos. Because this is an ongoing investigation, specific information gained from these tips and video surveillance will not be shared.”
Recent NewCanaanite.com Coverage of the Case
0684-Radi0: Talking To Your Kids About the Jennifer Dulos Case (Wednesday, June 5)
New Petition to Install Surveillance Cameras in Waveny Follows Disappearance of Jennifer Dulos (Wednesday, June 5)
Legal Expert: Authorities Could Bring Murder Charge in Case of Missing Woman Even If She’s Not Found (Tuesday, June 4)
Candlelight: New Canaanites Show Solidarity, Support for Jennifer Dulos [PHOTOS] (Monday, June 3)
Arrest Warrants: Estranged Husband, Girlfriend Dumped Bags with Items ‘Found To Contain Jennifer Dulos’s Blood’ (Monday, June 3)
Estranged Husband, Girlfriend Charged in Case of Missing Woman (Sunday, June 2)
Missing Woman’s Mother: Estranged Husband Owes Family $2.5 Million in Loans (May 30)
Police: Criminal Investigation Launched in Missing Woman Case (May 29)
Accusations of Threats, Lying, Manipulation in Missing New Canaan Woman’s Divorce Case (May 29)
On the same day that police found evidence that Jennifer Dulos had been assaulted at her New Canaan home, phone location and video surveillance evidence shows that her estranged husband and his girlfriend steered a black pickup truck through north Hartford, making 30 stops to dump bags in trash cans and storm drains, including items that later tested positive for the missing woman’s blood, according to a state police affidavit. — This article previously was published by NewCanaanite.com. In an arrest warrant application for felony chargesbrought against Fotis Dulos and Michelle Troconis, Connecticut State Police Detective John Kimball said that investigators on May 24 searched Jennifer Dulos’s New Canaan garage after friends reported her missing and found “multiple blood stains on the garage floor which tested positive for human blood” as well as “multiple areas of suspected blood spatter” and “evidence of attempts to clean the crime scene.”
They determined “that a serious physical assault had occurred at the scene, and Jennifer Dulos was the suspected victim” and the following day seized an iPhone belonging to her estranged husband, Fotis Dulos, during a meeting at New Canaan Police headquarters, according to Kimball, a 25-year veteran of the state police who works with the Western District Major Crime Squad. A forensic search of the device, conducted with help from the U.S. Marshals Service, helped investigators sketch out the following timeline for Fotis Dulos and Michelle Troconis for May 24:
1:37 p.m. The iPhone of Fotis Dulos, having left his home at 4 Jefferson Crossing in Farmington, entered a property owned by his construction company, Fore Group, at 80 Mountain Spring Road. 3:38 p.m. The phone traveled back to Fotis Dulos’s residence at 4 Jefferson Crossing.